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Xenophobia In South Africa: Counting The Cost

There have been attacks on foreigners and foreign-owned businesses on the streets of at least three South African cities in recent days. Over the last decade, people from across the continent have found a home in the rainbow country but is all that about to change? Gist Nigeria looks at the timeline of attacks on individuals and businesses within Joburg, Gauteng and other affected communities, its toll and efforts made so far to resolve the crisis. Gist Nigeria is a 30-minute current affairs programme, co-produced by Channels Television and the BBC. The program offers in-depth reporting, focusing on stories behind the news and their impact on its audience. Gist Nigeria airs at 9pm on Wednesdays on Channels TV and Channels 24 (UK) on Sky 518. Show time slots: WEDNESDAY 9.00pm On CHANNELS TV & CHANNELS 24{UK} On SKY 518 [New Edition] REPEAT: THURSDAY 3.30pm On DSTV FRIDAY 6.30pm On Terrestrial SUNDAY 11.30 am On Terrestrial SATURDAY 12.30pm CHANNELS 24{UK} ON SKY 518. Don't forget to subscribe: https://bit.ly/2Hb8hjx Watch more interesting videos: https://bit.ly/2H9WGBh Follow Channels Television On: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/channelsforum/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/channelstv Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/channelstelevision/?hl=en Get more news on our website: https://www.channelstv.com/ #ChannelsTv, #GistNigeria, #XenophobiaAttacks

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